The show ran for four seasons, from 1991 until 1994, and featured a working-class family of animatronic dinosaurs created by Jim Henson. The show was considered relatively ahead of its time for its witty social commentary.
Although, the historical timeline wasn’t very accurate, as the dinosaurs in the show coexisted with cavemen.
This late-'90s Disney show chronicles Jett Jackson, a famous actor on the fictional TV show Silverstone, who decides to move from LA back to his hometown in North Carolina to spend more time with his family and friends. The show featured a few famous faces, including Rachel McAdams and Beyonce.
Bonus: We'll be extra impressed if you remember Zoog Disney!
If you were a kid in the ‘90s then you probably thought this show was the coolest thing ever and would’ve given anything to be on it. Contestants navigated through Temple Run (that awesome fortress-thing) to try to win the grand prize.
The show ran from 1993 to 1995 and we’re still a little sad that it was discontinued.
The gargoyles in the show were part of a Scottish race of stone warriors from the Dark Ages. Because they were made of stone by day and turned into flesh by night, the gargoyles made a deal with the humans that, should the humans protect their stone forms during the day, the gargoyles would protect a certain castle by night.
Of course, when the deal goes awry, the gargoyles are left frozen in stone and can only be revived when “the castle rises above the clouds.” The show only ran for two seasons, starting in 1994 and ending in 1996.
This Disney Channel show followed Fiona Phillips who travels on a tour bus across the country with her musician mom (played by Mackenzie Phillips) and documents her obsession and experiences with the paranormal on her website called “So Weird."
And if you didn’t have a crush on Erik von Detten back in the day then who were you?
Any '90s kid will remember All That as the kids' version of Saturday Night Live. Interestingly enough, a few of the cast members and recurring actors eventually went on to become regular SNL cast members, including Kenan Thompson and Taran Killam.
Every ‘90s misfit could secretly relate to Daria. Daria Morgendorffer is an incredibly cynical teenage girl working her way through a world full of idiot high school kids. The show aired from 1997 to 2001.
If you were a kid in the ‘90s then you probably had the joy of watching The Ren and Stimpy Show at least once and felt slightly disturbed by it. And now when you look back, you feel moderately horrified that it was indeed classified as a “kids' show.”
And did you know that Stimpy is supposed to be a cat? We were never really sure what he was back in the day...
How could you not love the adorable T.J. Henderson? T.J. is a 10-year-old genius who skips six grades and enters high school, which of course annoys his teenage siblings. The show ran from 1997 through 1999.
Fun fact: Destiny’s Child appeared in an episode, in which T.J. gets selected to be in their music video for “No, No, No.”
If you remember this show, then you probably recall talking to your friends about how “scary” it was when you were a kid. The show was about a group called The Midnight Society that would congregate in spooky wooded areas to tell each other scary stories, which were of course reenacted.
The show had an impressive 10-year run, from 1990 to 2000.
Before Melissa Joan Hart was Sabrina the Teenage Witch, she was Clarissa Darling from 1991 to 1994. The show highlighted the ups and downs of teenage life and Clarissa’s intense rivalry with her younger brother Ferguson. The show was also the first on Nickelodeon to feature a female lead, and went on to become a cult classic. Pretty neat!
Tucker and Becca are adorable best friends and next-door neighbors who even have the same birthday. As they go through the ups and downs of middle school, they reminisce about their memories from childhood.
So, how many of these TV shows did you watch in the ‘90s?